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Disney StudiosHitler's Children

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This is a banned Propaganda cartoon from World War II. This is part of my collection of banned and censored cartoons. When a group of people work to ban a certain media then part of their heritage is lost as a result. Many types of media I do not agree with, but I do not complain to have it banned. Remember the Soviet Union. They had to basically relearn their own history by going back to books written before the revolution. England knew nothing about their greatest heroes until the French occupation.

This movie is part of the collection: Animation Shorts

Producer: Disney Studios
Audio/Visual: sound
Keywords: Banned Cartoons; Animated; Cartoons; Banned material; World War II Propaganda

Creative Commons license: CC0 1.0 Universal

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Reviewer: CWO-Lister - - February 17, 2014
Subject: Banned?
Exactly who banned these? Has a government bureau/organization determined that these are no longer to be shown? Under what authority? By what right? How many copies been confiscated? Has anyone been arrested for showing or otherwise presenting these? How is it that you are permitting these to be available for download if they're banned?

Oh, I see. They're not "banned" - they've just become politically incorrect to show them to a general audience. Isn't that right?

So "banned" isn't the right term to use, is it? Maybe "withdrawn" from distribution by the owner be a more accurate description?

It take it back, use "banned". It sounds more exciting and conspiratorial to say "Banned". But isn't that actually "propaganda"?

These cartoons from WWII were meant to encourage, inspire, and rally support for the producer's perspective. This is true regardless of the producer or the intended audience, be they German, America, British, or Japanese. How are these different than what michael moore puts out?

Let's save "Banned" for things that actually are banned - like smoking in airplanes or dogs pooping on sidewalks.

Reviewer: Lucas H - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - February 8, 2014
Subject: Thank

Reviewer: hgoodall - - February 7, 2014
Subject: One strange thing
History is repeating itself

Reviewer: pumaman0 - - February 3, 2014
Subject: review of hitlers children
Very interesting. Thanks.

PS: There is no need to apologize. Hitler was a very very very bad man.

Reviewer: skybandit - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - June 16, 2011
Subject: Heavy-Handed
Even for squeaky-clean, rah-rah-the-flag Disney, this is a terribly overdone piece of propaganda. Wish it didn't remind me so much of today's politicians. Gotta knock a star off for it being in poor shape due to age, but definitely an important piece to remember. Glad it's here.